Society & Reality: Practice of Cannibalism World Wide Today
This was brought to my attention today via Facebook and is something that needs to be shared. If you are still unaware of the times we are in, Please read this post and Turn to Abba Yah/ The Lord God Almighty!! As always the links to the information will be inserted or at the bottom of the page. If you believe that this restaurant doesn't exist, there are real examples of cannibalism in practice regardless. Please understand that The Bible Is Clear on this Subject
10 Therefore the fathers shall eat the sons in the midst of thee, and the sons shall eat their fathers; and I will execute judgments in thee, and the whole remnant of thee will I scatter into all the winds.
And I said, Hear, I pray you, O heads of Jacob, and ye princes of the house of Israel; Is it not for you to know judgment?
2 Who hate the good, and love the evil; who pluck off their skin from off them, and their flesh from off their bones;
3 Who also eat the flesh of my people, and flay their skin from off them; and they break their bones, and chop them in pieces, as for the pot, and as flesh within the caldron.
Lamentations 4:10-11 ESV
The hands of compassionate women have boiled their own children; they became their food during the destruction of the daughter of my people. The Lord gave full vent to his wrath; he poured out his hot anger, and he kindled a fire in Zion that consumed its foundations.
Los Angeles- USA
Straight from the Website:
"Specializing in the preparation of human meat, Cannibal Club brings the cutting edge of experimental cuisine to the refined palates of L.A.’s cultural elite. Our master chefs hail from around the world for the opportunity to practice their craft free of compromise and unbounded by convention. Our exclusive clientele includes noted filmmakers, intellectuals, and celebrities who have embraced the Enlightenment ideals of free expression and rationalism. On event nights, avant-garde performance artists, celebrated literary figures, and ground-breaking musicians entertain our guests. At Cannibal Club, we celebrate artistic excellence as the natural and inevitable expression of the unbridled human spirit."
An otherwise traditional lasagna with one layer of cheese substituted by minced placenta in heirloom tomato sauce, seasoned with garlic, onion and oregano.
Mrs. Lovett's Meat Pies A delectable pot pie in a genuine puff pastry crust with locally-grown vegetables and tender strips of meat.
Facts (Again off their site)
What does human flesh taste like?
When prepared by us, unbelievable. Of the meats you are likely to find in stores, pork is the closest match.
Where do you get your specialty meat?
Our avenues of procurement vary. Most of the businesses and institutions who supply us prefer to keep those relationships discreet. On the individual level, bodies are often bequeathed to us. For some, this is a way to supplement life insurance and offset funerary expenses. For others, such as Cannibal Club member Gwendoline Fenwich, who was served to her friends and relatives at the Club in January of 2008, being prepared as a meal, and thereby reborn into the bodies of the living, is an attractive alternative to the more traditional practices of burial and cremation.
We take considerable care to ensure that all our meat is produced legally and ethically, and derived only from young, healthy bodies.
Isn't cannibalism wrong?
Cannibalism, as traditionally practiced, usually shows respect to the deceased, who is desired to be reborn into the living, or offered as a worthy sacrifice to some deity. It is never our practice to debase or objectify human life. Arguments against cannibalism are typically grounded in ignorance, cultural prejudice, and nonsensical spiritual beliefs.
Doesn't cannibalism cause disease?
Prion diseases of the nervous system, such as kuru, are associated with the consumption of brain tissue, which is not part of our menu.
Police arrested 11 people and closed a restaurant after two human heads wrapped in cellophane were discovered at a hotel restaurant that had been serving human flesh.
A tip-off led police to the macabre discovery in Anambra, Nigeria, with 11 people being arrested and AK-47 guns and other weapons being seized.
Human flesh was apparently being sold as an expensive treat at the restaurant, with authorities saying that roasted human head was even on the menu.
Perhaps the spookiest of all the modern cannibals are those whose culture hasn't evolved along with the rest of society. The group, which resides in Northern India, is a mystery to the rest of the inhabitants of the area. A photographer that followed the monks for months said the people of India fear them and believe that they can "predict the future, walk on water and do evil prophecies."
The Aghori believe that by immersing themselves without prejudice in what others deem taboo or disturbing, they can reach enlightenment. Their practices include chewing the heads off live animals, daubing their bodies with ash from burnt corpses, meditating on top of corpses, and eating human flesh. They believe the body to be transitory, and they hold human life in low regard.
Indonesia New Guinea
If there's such a thing as a "popular" cannibal tribe, the Korowai tribe of Indonesian New Guinea is basically the Rolling Stones of eating people. In 2006, journalist Paul Raffaele traveled deep into the forest to observe the hidden tribe's millennia-old customs.
For the Korowai, if someone falls out of a tree house or is killed in battle then the reason for their death is pretty obvious. But they don't understand microbes and germs (which the rain forests are rife with) so when somebody dies mysteriously to them (of a disease), they believe it is due to a khakhua, a witch man who comes from the netherworld.
A khakhua possesses the body of a man (it can never be a woman) and begins to magically eat their insides, according to logic of the Melanesian imperative you must pay back in kind. They must eat the khakhua as it ate the person who died. It is part of their revenge based justice system.
Congo's Mai-Mai people are essentially community-based militias who are bound together in order to keep their homes from being taken over by a variety of armed groups.
Some are led by warlords, traditional tribal elders, or village heads, but they all take part in the ritual cannibalism of their enemies because they believe it brings them special powers.
The Khmer Rouge was the name given to followers of the Communist Party of Kampuchea in Cambodia. The party's glory days were from the late '60s to the late '90s, but there are still a few KRs kicking around in North Vietnam to this day. They were some of the most brutal guerilla warriors of their day, and during the genocide hearing of "Brother Number Two" Nuon Chea and the former head of state Khieu Samphan, their cannibalistic tactics were revealed in gory detail. A detention camp prisoner recounted, "She was asked to take off her clothes and her body was cut open. There was blood everywhere... her liver was taken out and was cooked for a meal."
Most of the members of the Khmer Rouge took part in cannibalism because they believed that their enemies were of a lower class than they were, and as such, they deserved to be maimed as sadistically as possible.
The Wari', or Pakaa Nova, are the indigenous people of Brazil, and if you're hanging out with them, you can expect to eat at least one dead person during your stay. The Wari' practice something called endocannibalism, or the eating of a member of one's own tribe after they die. The Wari' death ritual involves laying the body out for as long as it takes for each of the deceased's family members to arrive (usually about three days).
In that time, the body begins to decompose and bloat, and upon the family's arrival, they tend to feast on the heart and internal organs of the body, leaving the skin and hair to rot.
The recent arrest of three people in Brazil suspected of making empanadas out of human flesh (and then selling them) reminds us that though human cannibalism is rare in the modern world, it still persists.
Brazil, in particular, has been linked to cannibalism in recent years. The Lancet journal reported in 1994 “that eating human remains” was common among 250 people who lived in an Olinda slum. “Poverty and a lack of compliance with laws” were blamed, since the starving individuals were eating human body parts that they found in the Brazilian city’s garbage dump.
A Swedish scientist speaking at Stockholm summit last week offered an unusual possible tactic in combating global climate change: eating human flesh.
Stockholm School of Economics professor and researcher Magnus Soderlund reportedly said he believes eating human meat, derived from dead bodies, might be able to help save the human race if only a world society were to “awaken the idea.” Soderlund’s argument for human cannibalism was front and center during a panel talk called “Can You Imagine Eating Human Flesh?” at the Gastro Summit, reports the Epoch Times. “Conservative” taboos against cannibalism, he said, can change over time if people simply tried eating human flesh.
The idea of using cannibalism to supplement our food supply isn't new. In 2018, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins wondered if it would be possible to grow meat from harvested human cells in a laboratory.
Pepsi and Embryonic Cells
Senomyx's patents suggests that it may well be. All but 7 of the company's 77 patents refer to the use of HEK 293 (human embryonic kidney) cells, which researchers have used for decades as biological workhorses. (For the bio-geeks among you, these cells offer a reliable way to produce new proteins via genetic engineering.)
The company’s stock has declined since PepsiCo Inc PEP.N stopped a trial partnership involving the use of Senomyx ingredients in drinks such as Mug Root Beer ahead of what was widely expected to be a U.S. nationwide rollout in late 2016.
Matthew Turk, who said he owns more than 1.9 million shares of Senomyx’s common stock, said in the letter that he is skeptical of the San Diego-based company’s announced plans to explore a strategic review.
Senomyx is a high tech research and development business that is “dedicated to finding new flavors to reduce sugars and reduce salt.” But their focus is not on whole, organic fruits and vegetables, or grass-pastured meats, dairy and eggs. Senomyx develops patented flavor enhancers by using “proprietary taste receptor-based assay systems.” That’s a testing system that provides scientists with biochemical responses and electronic readouts when a flavor ingredient interacts with their patented receptor, letting researchers know whether or not their flavor enhancer is effective. The receptors are made from HEK293 — HEK stands for Human Embryonic Kidney cells, with 293 denoting that the HEK was from the 293rd experiment. HEK293 originally came from a healthy, electively aborted baby whose cells were then harvested and cloned.
What is HEK 293 Cells?
HEK 293 cells are popular for their ease of growth and transfection (HEK293 Transfection Kit), making them a common cell culture in cancer research. In addition, high transfection efficiency of HEK293 cells produces exogenous proteins or viruses for pharmaceutical and biomedical research purposes. HEK-293 cells are useful for many transfection experiments, particularly the propagation of adenoviral-based and retroviral-based vectors.
Origins of the HEK293 Cell Line
HEK293 is a cell line derived from human embryonic kidney cells grown in tissue culture. They are also known, more informally, as HEK cells. This particular line was initiated by the transformation and culturing of normal HEK cells with sheared adenovirus 5 DNA. The transformation resulted in the incorporation of approximately 4.5 kilobases from the viral genome into human chromosome 19 of the HEK cells. The line was cultured by scientist Alex Van der Eb in the early 1970s at his lab at the University of Leiden, Holland. The transformation was executed by Frank Graham, another scientist Van der Eb’s lab who invented the calcium phosphate method for transfecting cells. The source of the cells was a healthy aborted fetus of unknown parenthood. The name HEK293 is thusly named because it was Frank Graham’s 293rd experiment.
Washington University in St.Louis MO and Senomyx (see post on Cloning)
Sadly, for Washington University, abortion may only be part of its sordid side. The school’s leadership led the effort in 2006 to get cloning written into the Missouri Constitution. Deceptively using terms for cloning like “somatic cell nuclear transfer,” they led the effort in raising $30 million for an advertising campaign that many believe deceived Missouri voters. The evil ballot initiative barely passed, 51%-49% in November 2006. Long-time Washington University trustees William Danforth and St. Louis billionaire businessman Sam Fox joined the Stowers Institute in Kansas City in spearheading the effort to get cloning into Missouri’s Constitution. During the heated campaign Fox once referred to Missouri Southern Baptists as “zealots” for staunchly opposing the measure.
Now 14 years later, questions concerning Washington University’s relationship with a company called Senomyx are surfacing. Senomyx develops patented flavor enhancers by using “proprietary taste receptor-based assay systems.” These receptors are made from HEK293. HEK stands for Human Embryonic Kidney cells. These cells were cloned, originally from healthy aborted human embryos.
Bottom line: Senomyx’s cell line, HEK293, is derived from the kidney cells of an aborted baby. PepsiCo signed a four-year, $30 million agreement in 2010 for research and development on the flavor enhancer. Other companies with reported deals with Senomyx include Nestle and Kraft.
The bottom line is this: They are finding new ways for us to commit abdominal acts against Abba Yah. That is why Its Important to stay Healthy and Know what You Are Eating and from where..